Wednesday, September 21, 2016

In the Second Term of the First Black President, Rioting Is the New Normal

Via Billy

It's a sad observation, folks.  I'm telling you, a sad, sad observation but it's an observation that I don't think I'm alone in making.  It seems like rioting is almost expected now when there is a cop shooting.

A cop shooting, period.  Don't care about the details.  It seems like it's now axiomatic that there's going to be rioting or massive public protests or threats of rioting or threats of unrest every time the cops have to draw their weapons. 

Now, stop and think about this.  Where are we here?  We're in the United States of America.  We are in the second term of the presidency of the first African-American president ever elected in this country, a former community organizer -- ah -- agitator, organizer, same thing, who promised and assured us, via hope and change, that none of this would survive the presidency. This kind of thing was destined for the ash heap.

More @ Rush


  1. Well that is all I saw [i.e. NY and CA]. Maybe down South things are better.

    1. Certainly not in Charlotte. All I was referring to was the fact that the majority of country blacks are conservative when it comes to manners and so forth. I have much more in common with a black girl from Tarboro than I do with a white girl from NYC.